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On Digicam, Trinamool’s Nusrat Jahan Seen Shedding Cool. BJP Taunt On Cue

I do not do that even for the Chief Minister, Nusrat Jahan will be heard saying within the video.

Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan has been mocked by the BJP over a video the place she was seen dropping her mood after “campaigning for over an hour” throughout a roadshow in West Bengal. “I’ve been campaigning for greater than an hour. I do not do that even for the Chief Minister,” the visibly upset MP will be heard saying within the video.

The actor-turned-Trinamool chief was seen aboard a car within the undated video whereby a person will be heard requesting her to go up until the principle street. “The primary street is true right here. It is simply half a kilometre from right here,” he stated. Ms Jahan, nonetheless, refused and acquired down from the car.

The 25-second video was posted by Bengal BJP on its Twitter deal with with #MamataLosingNandigram.

Each the Trinamool Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering have deployed their star campaigners in Nandigram, which is ready to witness a high-pitched electoral battle between Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her protege-turned-foe Suvendu Adhikari.

The Bengal BJP on Saturday claimed that Mamata Banerjee was now so determined to keep away from defeat that she known as up a former Trinamool colleague, now with the BJP, for assist.

Sharing an audio clip of the purported dialog, BJP IT Cell chief Amit Malviya tweeted: “Huge! Mamata Banerjee calls Proloy Pal, BJP’s district Vice President in Nandigram and pleads for assist! Proloy tells her that he was humiliated in TMC and he together with this household can not betray the BJP. Pishi is unquestionably dropping Nandigram and TMC Bengal…”

Quickly after, the Trinamool hit again and launched a purported audio tape of the BJP’s troubleshooter, Mukul Roy ,discussing an Election Fee rule change that was fulfilled final week.

Polling for the primary of the eight-phased meeting polls in West Bengal concluded on Saturday with over 84 per cent voter turnout.

Now the remaining seven phases for the 294-member West Bengal Meeting will probably be held on totally different dates with the ultimate spherical of voting scheduled on April 29. Counting of votes will happen on Might 2.

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